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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 9 oktober 2007 kl 09.47
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Peter Grunberg, (l) and Albert Fert (r)
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The Nobel Prize in Physics is won by Albert Fert of France and Peter Grünberg of Germany.

We bring you full details of the prize winners and their work.

Sweden in shock – the kicking to death of a sixteen year-old, and the separate fatal shooting of fifteen year-old, have sparked fears over the apparent rise of youth violence.

And we hear about efforts to reform the United Nations – to keep the UN relevant, effective, and force the institution to adapt to challenges in contemporary international politics.

Closing music: ”Through Your Eyes”, Nina Kinert.

The killings of two teenagers in separate incidents have shocked Sweden – prompting fears over a rising tide of youth-related violence here.

George Wood has more.

A proposal to reform the United Nations secretariat was presented to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon recently.

The proposal, known as the Four Nations Initiative, is the result of a two-year study by four nations from as many continents.

Azariah Kiros has the details.

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